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San Diego Safari Park Tour

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Saving Endangered Species To Make A Positive Difference

The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is home to more than 3,500 rare and exotic animals, most of whom roam freely in vast enclosures. Unlike any other zoo, this amazing safari adventure park is home to hundreds of animals roaming together like on the vast open plains of Africa and Asia.

Some of the activities and exhibits included with paid admission:

Tiger Keeper Talk – Daily at 11:45 a.m.

Learn about the Sumatran tiger from keepers. Located at the Sambutan Longhouse in Tiger Trail.

Africa Tram Safari – 10:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Get a glimpse of the amazing diversity that is Africa. Your knowledgeable guide fills you in on the animals in the large field exhibits. All your favorites are here: curious giraffes, massive rhinos, graceful gazelles, and impressively horned antelope.

During the Africa Tram Safari, you see goliath herons, ostriches, and other birds mixing and mingling with the animals. A large waterhole provides breeding sites for both animal and bird species. Then you cross a bridge, go around a bend, and see some of the most beautiful views in the Park.

You also roll through North Africa, where the Sahara Desert is home to animals with amazing adaptations. From there, you return through East Africa for a better look at the impalas, gazelles, Uganda giraffes, and southern white rhinos. Upon your return to the station, don’t think your connection to Africa is over… There’s more of Africa to explore throughout the park!